Lettuce in the News

Meal kit serving cuts down on waste, uses local produce, meats

Austin American-Statesman

"Unlike those meal kit boxes that arrive by mail, all the ingredients come in reusable plastic and glass containers, and the company picks up these containers and your food scraps when they deliver the next set of meals."

December, 2019
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Gift guide for the cooks and food lovers in your life

Austin American-Statesman

"The kits start at $49 for three two-serving meals, including delivery, which could be just the right gift for someone who is trying to get back into cooking at home."

December, 2019
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Addie Broyles' gift guide for food lovers

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December, 2019
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"Produce from Your Neighbor's Back Yard"

Built In Austin

"Its zero waste strategy involves using reusable packaging, providing built-in composting and keeping its logistics efforts efficient through short delivery transports."

August, 2018
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"Lettuce Networks are Saving the World"

Conscious Construction - Podcast

"I thought that I loved this business before I sat down with the co-founders . . . And now I realize, no, I didn't, now I really love them."

July, 2018
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"Yard Farm"

Austin Monthly

"Lettuce's omnivore plan costs $79 for three meals of four servings each. For comparison, the same number of meals and servings would cost more than $100 with Blue Apron."

June, 2018
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"Your Next Tomato . . . "

Strategy + Business

"Lettuce Networks is trying another approach. It is using cloud and mobile technology to create a network of urban farms."

June, 2018
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"Cool at School"

CBS Austin

"Lettuce creates new experiences for students like 12-year-old Jayln Miles. "Today I learned what okra was. My principal told me try some, and it was really good." he said."

August, 2017
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Lettuce wins Greater Austin Business Award

Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce

"Lettuce wins Greater Austin Business Award for growing local organic food that reduces the Central Texas carbon footprint."

September, 2017
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"The New Urban Farmers"

National Geographic

"[Lettuce] envisions upending conventional farming the way Airbnb reinvented travel lodging."

October, 2016
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